Grape variety for rosé and red wine
This red grape variety cultivated in the Rhone Valley produces wines with low alcohol content but a strong colour. A late-budding grape variety, it is also known as Vaccarèse or Camarèse. Often associated with Grenache, it produces tannic wines with a peppery aroma. The Brun Argenté stands out for its aromatic originality, providing finesse and a rustic feel to the wine. It’s an accessory grape variety which shouldn’t exceed 10% of the grape variety.
- floral notes
- Tannins: very expressive but elegant
- Beautiful floral aromatic palette, elegant and fresh.
A sandy-stony soil is ideal for Brun Argenté.